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Forbes' primer on Rogue Wine Country

FORBES — Growing conditions have long been vastly different in Southern and Northern Oregon. While the Willamette Valley, outside of Portland, is home to classic Pinot Noirs, delicate Chardonnays and Pinot Gris, the southern region is home to a huge variety of grapes. While Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays can be found in the Rogue Valley—an appellation established in 1991 that encompasses nearly 1.15 million acres in the inter-mountain valleys of southern Oregon according to the Rogue Valley Winegrowers Association—this region also produces superb Tempranillos and white Rhône grapes, among others.

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